Pumpkins and leaves

I know I posted a shot of some pumpkins a few days back, but it actually IS Hallowe’en today, so I don’t think another one will hurt. Plus there’s a bonus shot of some colourful leaves (a potential candidate for a nice, difficult jigsaw puzzle perhaps). 🙂

Both these were shot on a roll of Fuji Superia 100 which expired in 2007. I’m pretty happy with the results – I shot it at 64asa. A good job really, as I bought a bunch of it in from someone and have another nineteen rolls in the freezer.

FILM - It's Hallowe'en!

FILM - The colours of autumn

Nikon F70, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D & Fuji Superia 100 (expired 2007).

Taken on 17 October 2017


Someone walked into my shot

Here’s a shot from my Zeiss Mess-Ikonta 524/16. It shoots square 6×6 negatives. Unfortunately, just as I clicked the shutter on this one, someone walked into the left side of the shot. It didn’t really add anything, so here’s a cropped 6×4.5 version instead.

The crop isn’t too bad actually, and might be better than the square version (even if someone hadn’t spoiled it), although I had to straighten it slightly and so the crucifix atop the spire just makes it into the frame by the skin of its teeth.

It’s a nice camera and I might consider getting it CLA’d so that it works at all shutter speeds.

FILM - Cathedral Church of St. Marie

Zeiss Mess-Ikonta 524/16 & Fomapan 100.

Taken on 29 October 2017